Find Everything You’ve Been Searching For on Prince Edward Island

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February 7, 2020

An RV drives near an elegant lighthouse on a bluff.

Prince Edward Island is located off the eastern coast of Canada. This little Island has everything, from cities with small-town charm and fishing villages where you can visit the wharf to get the best catch of the day to cook for dinner. Explore Prince Edward Island for world-class culinary experiences, stunning beaches, coastal drives that will fill you with wonder and awe, and family activities and attractions that will make your next vacation one to never forget!

Experience a bucket list moment when driving over the eight-mile-long Confederation Bridge with views of the famous red jagged cliffs and stunning shorelines. From the moment you begin your drive on Prince Edward Island, you see beauty. The highway on Prince Edward Island isn’t like the rest. It takes you through small towns, rural farmland, and past incredible vistas without having to take an exit. The three coastal drives will take you exploring this diverse Island. Pack your camera, make room on your phone, these drives are ones you won’t want to forget. The drives are clearly marked with colorful signage, but don’t worry, there is no wrong turn on the Island. Each road just leads to a new adventure.

A couple lounge outside of their travel trailer.

PEI Provincial Parks

The Island has eight Provincial camping parks, which all offer spectacular beaches, beautiful scenery, programming and an atmosphere that will make you immediately feel like home.

PEI’s Provincial Parks offer something for everyone while promoting an active outdoor lifestyle.

Four of the larger parks, Cedar Dunes, Cabot Beach, Brudenell and Red Point, offer a full slate of
educational and interesting programs in addition to daily programming and supervised swimming. Some of the more popular events include Sand Castle Competition, Night in the Park Concert Series at Cedar Dunes and Jacques Cartier and a whole host of festivals, including Seniors Day at Cabot Beach.

A couple stroll along a broad, red beach.

PEI Provincial Parks

All of these parks have lifeguards on duty for camper and visitor safety.

With festivals and events happening all across the Island, one of PEI’s Provincial Parks is the perfect place to make your home base while you explore. It’s always a good vacation when you fall asleep listening to the gentle crashing of the waves and have incredible ocean views to wake up to and fun events to check out in between!

All Prince Edward Island Provincial Campgrounds will be accepting reservations on April 1, 2020. You can make reservations by calling the toll free number at 1-877-445-4938. You’ll need to provide the following information to make a reservation: phone number, arrival date, length of stay, name, address, type of campsite required and type of equipment. A valid Visa or Mastercard number and expiration date is required to guarantee a reservation.